BEETROOT - HEIRLOOM MIX

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(Beta vulgaris)  Mix of heirloom beets of various colours & shapes including Bulls Blood, Burpee's Golden Globe, Chioggia, Crosby's Egyptian Flat, Cylindra, Detroit & Early Wonder.  Leaves used in salads or as spinach; roots eaten raw or cooked.  Juice also used as natural food colouring. 50-65 days.  250 seeds

(Beetroot06907)

SKU Beetroot06907
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

100% sprout rate

24 November 2015
Fast growing, healthy plants. I buy this mix over others consistently
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